Articles by tag: Roger Lah Podcast
Building Better Pathways to Advance Opportunities
How many schools did you consider when deciding what college to attend, if you went that route? Twenty, ten, five, or two? Maybe you already knew the one you would attend from the start. But guess what? There are almost 4,000 schools, including branch campuses, where you can earn an undergraduate degree in the U.S. […]
Receiving Your Smoker
“Receiving Your Smoker” is part one of J&R Manufacturing’s five part series. “Receiving Your Smoker” details the process for uncrating your smoker. After uncrating, raise up your unit to max height on a pallet jack or high enough on a forklift to use the proper equipment to screw on your castors or wheels.
Starting Your First Fire
“Starting Your First Fire” is part two of J&R Manufacturing’s five part series. You want to begin with kindling or firestarter. Then set your logs in a way that allows your fire to breathe and grow. As J&R Manufacturing always says, there is no hurry up in barbecue, so it will take some time.
Meeting Valve Sizing and Noise Requirements with Innovative Software Solutions
On this episode of Valve Chronicles, a Cla-Val podcast, Daniel Litwin hosts Roger Lah, Technical Product Specialist for Cla-Val. The duo explored how technical software can help industrial water professionals analyze and meet their valve sizing and noise requirements. Cla-Val’s products are made to refine valve noise and have adaptable sizing software to meet difficult […]
Understanding the 39A Air Valve and How It Prevents Pipe Ruptures and Bursts
We’ve all seen it–the Old Faithful geyser on the corner gushing water into the street, blocking traffic and sending pedestrians running in the other direction. It is a partial pipe rupture, and over 250,000 happen in the U.S. each year. This episode of “Valve Chronicles” uncovers how these bursts happen and how they can be […]
Elevating Valve Service with Thorough Data and Scheduling
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, water management facilities have had to figure out how to keep systems up and running while avoiding putting their technicians and other employees at risk of contracting or spreading the coronavirus. Simply not servicing valves is not an option. A malfunction can lead to a serious headache, said […]
Why Going Electric with Your Valve Control Can Be a Smart, Economic Choice
It’s comfortable to stick with a known commodity, but that can lead to becoming stuck in the past. That’s becoming the case with many water districts that aren’t exploring their valve control options. Systems engineers are likely familiar with a traditional PLC, but, while the base product may be competitive with an electronic valve control […]